The son of the Massapequa resident who was reported missing at Jones Beach and later turned up alive, has been arrested, Parks Police said.
Jon Roth, 22, was arrested Monday afternoon at about 4 p.m. according to New York State Parks Police Capt. Bruce Marx.
Roth, who was being transferred from a Parks police facility in Babylon to the Nassau County's District Attorney's office, has been charged with insurance fraud, conspiracy to commit insurance fraud, and falsely reporting an incident, according to a spokesman for the Nassau County District Attorney.
He will be arraigned Tuesday.
Roth Raymond Roth missing on July 28th, setting off a massive search by authorities. On Wednesday, it was learned that he was alive and had been stopped by police in South Carolina.
The Suffolk County Police Department announced the arrest of Bryan Fuge in connection with the of the West Babylon Suffolk Federal Credit Union Bank.
Fuge, 30, of Yaphank, was charged with Robbery in the Third Degree and scheduled for arraignment today at the First District Court in Central Islip.
According to police, Fuge entered the bank at around 2:30pm and handed a teller a note announcing a robbery and demanding cash, according to Suffolk County detectives. The teller followed his demands and gave Fuge cash from the drawer.
After taking the money, he fled on foot and headed south through the parking lot from the bank located at 50-108 Route 109. Police did not say how much money the robber was able to get away with.
A photo, taken from a security camera at the scene, was used to help police track him down back in June.
A on Friday by Suffolk Police for allegedly burglarizing a earlier in the day.
According to the Suffolk County Police Department, an alert neighbor called the police after observing Anthony Mendolia, 27, leaving the rear of an elderly neighbor’s Patchogue residence with a backpack.
Police said the neighbor, who was checking on the elderly resident's house, saw Mendolia leaving the rear yard with a backpack at approximately 11:50 a.m. on August 3.
The neighbor followed Mendolia, who then ran away, police said. Then the neighbor called 911 and provided a description to responding Fifth Precinct officers.
Police Officer Marc Sforza observed the subject a short distance away, according to police officials. They said when Mendolia saw the officer, he fled on foot through several yards.
Assisting Officers Jeremy Fanning, Edward Ryby and Charles Teufel were able to locate and subdue Mendolia a short distance away, at approximately 12:03 p.m., police said.
Mendolia was found in possession of several thousand dollars’ worth of jewelry, which was taken from the residence, police noted, adding the homeowner identified the items - many of which were irreplaceable family heirlooms.
Mendolia was also in possession of rubber gloves, a pry bar and a hypodermic needle, police said.
The Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office East End Drug Task Force and Southampton Town Police arrested Moses Bullock, 39, of Riverside and charged him with two counts of criminal sale of a controlled substance in the third degree, a class B felony.
Bullock was arrested after police said he had allegedly sold a quantity of crack cocaine on multiple dates. According to Southampton Town police, Bullock was arrested after a several-months' long investigation into alleged narcotics activity in the Flanders and Riverside areas.